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Nigerian NFT marketplace Hashgreed raises $1Million for expansion



Hashgreed a multifunctional NFT super dapp, Nigerian NFT marketplace that is a component of the Krosscoin Ecosystem, recently raised more than $1M funding for expansion.

Individuals and businesses were considered throughout the development of the Hashgreed platform, which Hashgreed was created to facilitate the commercial, creative & asset tokenization processes.

The platform also hosts solutions for delivering WorkFi and Defi connectivity.

Users cannot only create, sell, and buy art NFTs but also use web3-powered e-commerce for shopping on Hashdealz, pay freelancers with stablecoins and cryptocurrency, own fractional real estate NFTs, send money to others using African stablecoins, earn and save in dollar stable coins $KUSD and $BUSD, and do a great deal more with their money.

With this money, Vinekross can try to register with Nigeria Securities and Exchange Commission. Efosa Ighodaro, who started and ran Vinekross Technology Limited, the company that owns Krosscoin Ecosystem, says that the company is getting ready for an Initial Coin Offering event in the coming months.

Vinekross aims to become Africa’s most prominent regional blockchain ecosystem and community by implementing very secure and sound tokenomics and governance. This will ensure that all circulating tokens will be under the direct control of KSS holders. He indicated that within the next several years, the company’s goal is to become a firm listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Hashgreed gives Nigerians access to non-fiat currencies (NFTs) via the $HASH stablecoin developed for the Naira. It shortly anticipates launching stablecoins for a variety of significant African currencies.



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